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Community art project saved despite OBG demise

A COMMUNITY art project in South Belfast has been saved after weeks of uncertainty following the closure of the Ormeau Baths Gallery.

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Seán gets blue carpet treatment at Everton

A YOUNG Falls Road football fan said he had the time of his life during a recent visit to meet his heroes at Everton Football Club.

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Sister pays tribute to devotion of Hospice staff

A Cliftonville woman who lost her brother to cancer last year was one of over a thousand people who attended a ceremony in North Belfast last night (Wednesday) for families who have lost loved ones to the disease.

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Family’s tribute to their little angel

The heartbroken family of a severely disabled girl who would have celebrated her tenth birthday on Christmas Day, say they have lost their little angel after she died during an operation in England last month.

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Líofa exceeds 1,000 language learners

OVER 1,000 people have already signed up to learn Irish under the Líofa initiative – exceeding the target that was set for 2015.

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Memory of presents past still vivid

The week of Christmas always brings with it a certain amount of nostalgia. Memories of Christmases gone by invariably feature in our minds as we approach the big day, and while many recollections are good or great, some less than pleasant ones come to mind too.

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